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02-13-2011, 11:46 PM
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David Clarkson for Tyler Pitlick?
not going to happen.

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Della Rovere? Seems like a good fit, not sure what St. Louis would want though.

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Colton orr for a 5th

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Della Rovere? Seems like a good fit, not sure what St. Louis would want though.
I'd like him very much on this the Oilers but not sure of the cost either

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Colton Orr for 2011 second or jay rosehill for 2012 first
You are kidding right? There is no ****ing way in hell that Tambo is half as stupid as Burke. Rosehill is worth maybe a 4th or 5th. I would even say that is an overpayment.

Keep dreaming kid

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Colton orr for a 5th
7th?

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I'd like him very much on this the Oilers but not sure of the cost either
He was traded for DJ King, a bottom 6 enforcer, and he was only up with the big club for 7 games. I'm not too familiar with the situation, but I suspect he wouldn't cost much.

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Make us an offer for Winchester or Crombeen. Both play hard, can hit and fight.

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He was traded for DJ King, a bottom 6 enforcer, and he was only up with the big club for 7 games. I'm not too familiar with the situation, but I suspect he wouldn't cost much.
DJ Kings a great young enforcer though, so it was an even trade for what Washington needed.

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David Clarkson for Tyler Pitlick?
like Clarkson's game but Pitlick shows more overall promise right now.
could end up being a second line center for sure

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Make us an offer for Winchester or Crombeen. Both play hard, can hit and fight.
Guess who drafted Winchester? we have already been down that old road plus Oilers already have a guy like him in Jaques, who is also capable of fighting.

I'm not too into Crombeen either, unless its for a late rounder.

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David Clarkson for Tyler Pitlick?
No thank you...

I love Clarkson, but Pitlick is looking like a real player. I'd give you our second this year though.

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I hear the Oilers want Dubinsky or Callahan. Callahan's one of the best grinders in the league... well, sorry Edmonton, but you can't have either of them.
Considering noone mentioned any ranger player it takes a special kind of Dbag to say something like that and not want to punch yourself in the face afterwards. lord...Guess what, you can't have Taylor Hall... sorry.

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Guess who drafted Winchester? we have already been down that old road plus Oilers already have a guy like him in Jaques, who is also capable of fighting.

I'm not too into Crombeen either, unless its for a late rounder.



Winchester is really playing well. I think Thachuk taught him a few things about being around the net. I like Winny's game lately.

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I hear the Oilers want Dubinsky or Callahan. Callahan's one of the best grinders in the league... well, sorry Edmonton, but you can't have either of them.
I'll do Dubinsky for Souray straight up bud we all know Sather is interested.

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Winchester is really playing well. I think Thachuk taught him a few things about being around the net. I like Winny's game lately.
okay, well give you Fraser.

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02-14-2011, 09:59 AM
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Tough, Young, Enthusiastic Grinders? I think you're on the wrong forum buddy.
Well everyone else is coming up with productive responses buddy.

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Would the Oilers have any interest in Patrick Dwyer? Prototypical 3rd line winger, RHS with modest offensive skill, good forechecker, energy player type. Not a goon, just gritty and hardworking.

He hasn't really played himself off our roster, but Rutherford's love affair with Chad LaRose makes Dwyer redundant.

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02-14-2011, 11:14 AM
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What do you want for him?

Something around Cogliano?
Cogliano for Neil straight up would work.

The Sens can afford to take a risk on a project player and need some speed in there forward group which is Cogs biggest asset.

The Oilers can afford to deal Cogs because they desperately need a guy like Neil who is able to push back on the other team and provide protection for there young forwards who are mostly undersized and getting picked on at the moment. It will go a long way in this teams development to have some protection in the lineup so they don't get physically intimidated every night.

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02-14-2011, 11:17 AM
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Cogliano for Neil straight up would work.

The Sens can afford to take a risk on a project player and need some speed in there forward group which is Cogs biggest asset.

The Oilers can afford to deal Cogs because they desperately need a guy like Neil who is able to push back on the other team and provide protection for there young forwards who are mostly undersized and getting picked on at the moment. It will go a long way in this teams development to have some protection in the lineup so they don't get physically intimidated every night.
I would rather Edm 2nd then take a chance on Cogs.

What does edm value more a 2nd or Cogs?

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Ducks
Beleskey, Brookbank, Chipchura and a 1st
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Penner or Hemsky

Ducks can probably throw in a prospect if that isn't enough.

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You guys have prospect like Hartikainen who is very mean and gritty and he can even produce at high level. Very underrated prospect at Hfboards even edmonton fans underrate him. He gives full effort every night, plays for the team and is strong like bull.

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Mark Stuart is exactly that.

What would it take?

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